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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffBrad Leblanc Date: Dec 14, 2005 9:53am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: mkw Version questions

Havent had a chance yet to test it out converting to mp3.

Definitely don't use MKW for this. The version of LAME packaged with MKW is really old and will give you some horrible sounding MP3's. I would recommend dbpoweramp for that.

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Poster: uncleJohnny Date: Dec 14, 2005 9:57am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: mkw Version questions

I will go get a copy of it

I have a few real old ripper encoders for windows that do a good job and theres a few newer ones for linux that ive had good results with but Im always up for something new.


The only reason I would even want to convert to mp3s is it sure is handy to put onto an mp3 headset and boogie.

Spent hours editing and converting old boot deadshow cassettes to cds recently and then a couple weeks ago a friend told me about the archive..
So fine to be able to go in and find the missing sets to old shows I have on cassette.
Man...
What luck!
A day late and a dollar short on the soundboards but still so much great music!

Thanks for the help.

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Poster: uncleJohnny Date: Dec 14, 2005 12:19pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: mkw Version questions

I went with the first verion of db I could get my hands on and Im afraid I have conflicts on the 98 machine
noticable gui problems right off the bat
all of my needed files are in perfect working order and updated then some.
mayby something glitched out on the download.....
I will try again at another download and give this software its fair share of abuse before I make any comment on it.
I am a little leary of the free 30 day trial scheme but hey if they have some good stuff 15 bucks is well within what I would fork out for a functional piece of software.
If it can out perform the free versions I already have then I might buy it.
If not?
hello old school ripper.
but still, thanks for the tip.